top or two supports, e.g. under a bridge or a church roof or above a door or window
sth with this shape
(cause to) form into an arch
an arch look, tone of voice, etc. deliberately shows amusement because the person knows more than other people or more than they pretend about a situation
"they built a triumphal arch to memorialize their victory"
"an arch criminal"
"teasing and worrying with impish laughter"
"a wicked prank"
"her back arches"
"her hips curve nicely"
For this the conqueror rears The arch of triumph!
The immense viaduct, whose arches span untroubled meadows and the dreamy flow of Tewin Water.
出自： E. M. Forster
A bridge with two of the largest and flattest arches.
出自： L. T. C. Rolt
The Romans always made the arch as a semicircle.
出自： J. Bronowski
Two large studio windows under the gables, crowned with Gothic pointed arches.
出自： M. Girouard
The most arch deed of piteous massacre.
出自：Richard III , Shakespeare
Thou mayest have need of thy archest magic to protect thyself.
Fine Deuices, of Arching Water without Spilling.
Dinocrates began to Arche the Temple..with Load stone.
出自： Sir T. Browne
The lane was arched with trees.
出自： A. Sillitoe
The cat arched her back and spat at the man.
出自： D. M. Thomas